Bleeding the clutch on 1994 Chevrolet S10

I am trying to bleed the clutch on my S-10, but no blleder anywhere on the hydrolic line/slave cylinder/matercylinder. Does anyone have a clue on how to blled the line? This is a first for me...

by in Coleman, TX on October 03, 2010
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ANSWER by on October 03, 2010
Follow the clutch flexible line to where it enters the clutch slave cylinder at the drivers side of the transmission bell housing about 3:00 0'clock on the bell housing, at the back of the clutch slave cylinder at 12:00 is a bleed screw. Fill the reservoir, get a friend to slowly pump the clutch pedal, hold it down open the bleed screw ,pump the pedal a few times again get him to hold it down crack open the bleed screw again and continue bleeding the hydraulic system until no further air comer out of the system and the pedal gets firm.
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ANSWER by on December 05, 2010
There is an allen wrench fitting on the slave cylinder that opens a bleeder. It is very hard to bleed.
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